Guest Artist/Speaker

On the set
Jodie Markell and Elaine Stritch—
Panel discussion on Tennessee Williams
for the Museum of the Moving Image
at The NY Times Center

In addition to her current teaching positions at Columbia University in the MFA Film Program and at the Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema at Steiner Studios with Brooklyn CUNY, Jodie has taught guest artist and/or Master classes at several universities including: Vassar University; Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD); University of Mississippi at Oxford; Mississippi University for Women; and University of the South at Sewanee.

Jodie has served as a guest speaker or panelist at film festivals across the country and around the world including: Toronto International Film Festival; Valladolid Film Festival in Spain; Seattle/Women in Cinema; Athena Film Festival at Barnard College; New Orleans Film Festival (where her short film received the Moviemaker Magazine Breakthrough Award – the highest recognition at that festival for a film in any category); Dances with Films in LA; and the Hamptons International Film Festival, among many others.

Jodie has also served as a guest speaker or panelist at many literary festivals and Tennessee Williams’ festivals including: New Orleans, Clarksdale, MS., Columbus, MS. and the Provincetown Tennessee Williams festival where she directed a staged reading of SUDDENLY LAST SUMMER starring Dana Ivy and Rebecca Brooksher.



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